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  • AARC Clinical Practice Guidelines: Artificial Airway Suctioning. [Journal Article]
    Respir Care. 2022 02; 67(2):258-271.Blakeman TC, Scott JB, … Strickland SL
  • Artificial airway suctioning is a key component of airway management and a core skill for clinicians charged with assuring airway patency. Suctioning of the artificial airway is a common procedure performed worldwide on a daily basis. As such, it is imperative that clinicians are familiar with the most-effective and efficient methods to perform the procedure. We conducted a systematic review to a…
  • [Nursing Experience Caring for a COVID-19 Patient With Hearing Loss]. [Case Reports]
    Hu Li Za Zhi. 2020 Dec; 67(6):97-103.Chen CH, Pan MY, Liu HY
  • The focus of this article is on a male patient with hearing loss who was diagnosed with COVID-19 after returning to Taiwan from overseas. Due to the severe pneumonia infiltration, the patient received the clinical-trial treatment Remdesivir. In addition to facing the isolation and new-drug-related anxieties of the patient, the medical team faced difficulties in communicating effectively with the …
  • Multimodal combination of GC × GC-HRTOFMS and SIFT-MS for asthma phenotyping using exhaled breath. [Journal Article]
    Sci Rep. 2020 09 30; 10(1):16159.Stefanuto PH, Zanella D, … Focant JF
  • Chronic inflammatory lung diseases impact more than 300 million of people worldwide. Because they are not curable, these diseases have a high impact on both the quality of life of patients and the healthcare budget. The stability of patient condition relies mostly on constant treatment adaptation and lung function monitoring. However, due to the variety of inflammation phenotypes, almost one thir…
  • Related factors of the nursing diagnosis ineffective breathing pattern in an intensive care unit. [Journal Article]
    Rev Lat Am Enfermagem. 2019; 27:e3153.Prado PRD, Bettencourt ARC, Lopes JL
  • CONCLUSIONS: fatigue, age and patients with a group of diseases were related factors of Ineffective Breathing Pattern in this study. Reduced vesicular murmurs, auscultation with adventitious sounds and cough may be defining characteristics to be added in the international classification, as well as the related factors bronchial secretion and group of diseases.
  • Botulism in the ICU: Nursing care plan. [Case Reports]
    Enferm Intensiva (Engl Ed). 2018 Apr - Jun; 29(2):86-93.Zariquiey-Esteva G, Galeote-Cózar D, … Castanera-Duro A
  • CONCLUSIONS: The nursing care plan, standardised and organised with the NANDA taxonomy and prioritised with the outcome-present state-test (OPT) model, guaranteed the best care based on evidence, as the NOC scores improvement demonstrated. It was impossible to compare the nursing intervention with other case reports.
  • Thermal tachypnea in avian embryos. [Journal Article]
    J Exp Biol. 2017 Dec 15; 220(Pt 24):4634-4643.Bícego KC, Mortola JP
  • Many adult mammals and birds respond to high surrounding temperatures with thermal tachypnea - an increase in breathing frequency accompanied by shallow tidal volume, with minimal increase in oxygen consumption (V̇O2). This pattern favors heat dissipation by evaporative water loss (EWL) through the respiratory tract. We asked to what extent this response was apparent at the earliest stages of dev…
  • Dysfunctional breathing: a review of the literature and proposal for classification. [Review]
    Eur Respir Rev. 2016 Sep; 25(141):287-94.Boulding R, Stacey R, … Fowler SJ
  • Dysfunctional breathing is a term describing breathing disorders where chronic changes in breathing pattern result in dyspnoea and other symptoms in the absence or in excess of the magnitude of physiological respiratory or cardiac disease. We reviewed the literature and propose a classification system for the common dysfunctional breathing patterns described. The literature was searched using the…
  • Nursing diagnoses and theoretical frameworks in neonatal units: a literature review. [Review]
    Prof Inferm. 2016 Jan-Mar; 69(1):44-55.Di Sarra L, D'Agostino F, … Alvaro R
  • CONCLUSIONS: Nursing diagnoses provide nurses working in neonatal units the opportunity of an effective management of the care process as well as the availability of the needed data in order to continuously improve a quality-based nursing care. The use of one model or more reference models represents a way to help professional action.
  • [Nursing care of pulmonary embolism in out-of-hospital emergencies]. [Case Reports]
    Enferm Clin. 2016 May-Jun; 26(3):199-205.Carrión-Martínez A, Rivera-Caravaca JM
  • Pulmonary embolism is one of the most severe venous thromboembolic diseases, both in mortality and the high number of associated complications and their impact on quality of life. The early hours are critical and proper management during this period can determine future sequels. Therefore, in the outpatient setting, nurses must have adequate knowledge and tools to act quickly and efficiently. In …
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